Bon Jovi may have canceled its summer tour dates, but the goup -- along with Dei Lovato and Jessie Reyez -- are now available via virtual reality.
All three have filmed performances for CEEK Virtual Realiity, a new concert streaming platform which has struck a new deal with the Universal Music Group and Island Records. The content, as well as interviews with Island founder Chris Blackwell and current label president Darcus Beese, appear on ceek.com.
The CEEK content is available in 3D via the company's own headset as well as IOS, Android and other devices, as well as in 2D for desktops, tablets, laptops and phones.
The Bon Jovi "Experience," including music interviews and a band interview, was filmed earlier this year to promote the now-delayed "Bon Jovi 2020" album, while Lovato spoke to CEEK about her new 360-degrees music video for "I Love Me." Reyez, meanwhile, performed a mini-concert to commemorate Island's 60th anniversary.
More content is expected to be added to the platform in the near future.
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